EaP News

January 15, 2019 EU Neighbourhood Investment Facility supports meat production in Ukraine The EU and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will help improve pig farming practices in Ukraine by helping create modern production capacity at Nyva Pereyaslavschiny Group – one of the largest companies in the sector in Ukraine. The project envisages the construction of a meat waste...
January 15, 2019 Croatia to share experience of organ transplantation programmes and legislation with Georgia On 22-25 January, experts from Georgia will visit Croatia to meet with different Croatian public health authorities and discuss the country’s experience, best practices, existing organ transplantation programmes and institutional set-up. Under its Association Agreement with the EU, Georgia has the obligation...
January 15, 2019 EU announces new scholarships for students to attend the Eastern Partnership European School A new call for scholarships is now open for students aged 16-17 from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine who want to deepen their knowledge of Europe and the European Union. Applications can be submitted until 1 March. The scholarship programme is funded by the...
January 15, 2019 EU project provides recommendations for development of Ukrainian government’s IT systems The EU-supported project EGOV4Ukraine, the State Agency for E-Governance and the National Civil Service Agency of Ukraine have audited the Ukrainian government’s information systems and developed 14 recommendations for their upgrading and development. The audit, carried out with financial support from...
January 14, 2019 Ukraine: New energy efficient cargo vehicles The Ukrainian company Negabarit-Service LLC, a leader in the auto cargo transportation market in Ukraine, will receive support from the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development and the EU for purchasing new energy efficient vehicles. The loan and the EU grant will help finance the company’s investment...
January 14, 2019 The EU-funded project OPEN MEDIA HUB promotes free online courses on how the EU works The EU-funded project OPEN MEDIA HUB is promoting free online courses called “How does the European Union work?”. The author of this course is Caroline de Camaret, Editor-in-Chief for Europe at France 24 TV, who will reveal the mysteries of the European Union in a simplified manner. The participants...
January 11, 2019 Ukrainian fresh fruit producers to participate in international trade fair in Berlin Seven leading Ukrainian fresh fruit companies will participate in the Fruit Logistica 2019 exhibition in Berlin, Germany on 6-8 February. Their participation is organised as part of the “Eastern Partnership: Ready to Trade” EU-funded project implemented within the EU4Business initiative. Fruit Logistica...
January 11, 2019 Azerbaijan: Workshop on energy market concepts, design and operation On 14-15 January, experts from the Energy Community Secretariat, Belgium and Estonia will visit Azerbaijan to share European best practice and experience from both the EU Member States and the Energy Community on energy market reforms and the establishment of functioning, competitive national electricity...
January 11, 2019 Deadline extended for “City2City” exchange programme on energy efficiency The deadline for applying to the “City2City” exchange programme within the framework of the EU-supported Covenant of Mayors – East project has been extended until 16 January. The call is open for representatives of Covenant signatories from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia and Moldova. The energy...
January 11, 2019 Eastern Neighbourhood: Creativity and the future of skills – results of the research Cultural and creative organisations and individuals, as well as educators and education policymakers in the Eastern Neighbourhood, might be interested to review the results of the research recently published by the Culture and Creativity website. Entitled “Creativity and the future of skills” and conducted...
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